NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - The Vanderbilt Commodores finally proved
they could play offense and score lots of points. It's a big
confidence booster for a team that has struggled to do both, and
the timing couldn't be better.
The Commodores (2-3, 1-1) enter the heart of their Southeastern
Conference schedule with the next six inside the league. It all
starts Saturday when they visit Georgia (2-4, 1-3), a team looking
up at Vanderbilt in the SEC East standings.
Coach Robbie Caldwell said Monday that a 52-6 win over winless
Eastern Michigan last weekend provided a great opportunity for his
offense just to work. They piled up their most points since a 58-0
win over The Citadel in 1999. They piled up 558 yards total
offense, their most since the 2009 opener.
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